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Letter to Nathanael Greene and portrait, 1782 December], 1870.

Author: Lewis Morris; Nathanael Greene; Henry Bryan Hall; Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection (University of Virginia)
Publisher: [S.l.] : Etched by H.B. Hall from drawing in the possession of Dr. T.A. Emmet, 1870.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Morris thanks Greene for sending the news of the marriage of his son, Lewis Morris, to [Anne B.] Elliott and sends news of his daughter Helena Magdalena's marriage to [John Rutherford.].
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Genre/Form: Etchings
Letters (Correspondence)
Portraits
Personal narratives
Named Person: George Washington Greene; Katherine Littlefield Greene; Anne Barnett Elliott Morris; Lewis Morris; Lewis Morris; Lewis Morris; George Read; Helena Magdalena Morris Rutherford; John Rutherfurd
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Morris; Nathanael Greene; Henry Bryan Hall; Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection (University of Virginia)
OCLC Number: 55225804
Notes: Forms part of the Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Collection.
An engraving of Lewis accompanies the letter.
Description: 2 items.
Other Titles: Lewis Morris letter and portrait

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Morris thanks Greene for sending the news of the marriage of his son, Lewis Morris, to [Anne B.] Elliott and sends news of his daughter Helena Magdalena's marriage to [John Rutherford.].

Morris congratulates Greene on the British evacuation of Charleston, S.C., and conveys the praises Greene has been receiving. He notes that there is still rivalry between parties in Philadelphia and that Governor [George] Read has recently published a political tract which he will forward by Major [J.] Burnet.

Morris concludes by noting that the Articles of Peace are uncoubtedly signed but that he has heard nothing official. He looks forward to spending time with Greene in New York, compliments Greene's son George and sends greetings to Greene and Mrs. Greene from his own family.

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